Due Date: September 27, 2019
Professional photographers are welcomed to look for a possibility to go on a task with Environment Trackers For this project, 20 professional photographers will be asked to aesthetically show the ecological jobs supported by the GCCA+ in 10 various nations. Styles will cover from energy (solar and other renewable resource), nature-based services, environment displacement, seaside durability, environment financing, gender, waste management, mangroves remediation, and more.
Projects will happen for a 1-2 week duration throughout October 2019 to April 2020, and they are searching for professional photographers from the list below nations to record the regional ecological jobs:
- Africa: Ghana, Togo, Djibouti, Chad, Mozambique, Sudan, Namibia, Rwanda, Uganda, Nigeria
- The Caribbeans: Cuba, Dominican Republic, Suriname, Trinidad and Tobago
- Oceania: Papaua New Guinea, Marshall Islands
- Asia: Laos, Cambodia, Bangladesh, Bhutan
The project requires catching a minimum of 40 high quality images with appropriate captions and meta-data of the appointed GCCA+ job and composing an accompanying short article (400 words) to contextualize the images.
Environment Tracker will
- Offer a stipend of EUR350
- Cover regional travel expenses (budget plan will be talked about with and authorized by Environment Tracker prior to the project)
- Deal with a local planner to assist arrange your regional journeys
- Photographers aged 18-30 are motivated to use. Nevertheless, you might still send an application even if you are above the age limitation if you think that you would be a strong suitable for this project.
To use, you need to:
- Compose a short intro to yourself, your work, and your experience with ecological photography/NGOs
- Consist of a link to your portfolio or a sample of your work (optional: consist of links to your social networks platforms and previous released works)
- Suggest your projected schedule and area for the next year
- Note the photography devices and appropriate software application that you have
To learn more, see Environment Trackers